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Ok I give up.
I'vd used Hoppes #9, Blue Wonder...that crap is still in there. I've probably put 1,000 rounds through it and that ring isn't going away. I use a brass brush and elbow grease but there must be a better way. I used to have a hell of a time with my stainless steel revolver but now I use Flitz and it's done fast. What can I use for a Walther?
 

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A tight bronze brush and JB Bore Cleaner should remove any earthly fouliing in your barrel. Flitz may do a good job, but it is important you flush the bore completely when done.

The use of JB is preferred since one of its properties is that it is "non embedding", that means the stuff does not bind itself to the barrel and cleans out completely. Continued use of an agent like Flitz could result in excess wear to your bore.

JB is available from Brownells in a couple of different grades.
 

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Please help me here. What ring are you referring to???? Are you referring to a carbon deposit on the face of the barrel? :confused:



 

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You might try Hoppes Elite gun cleaner. I used it today and it worked real well on the face of the cylinder of a stainless revolver. If that doesn't work, there is something called Miracle Cloth.

http://www.miraclecloth.com/

I'd be careful about using it on blued areas though. Might take off the bluing.

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